Bucs & Glennon Reunion?


*Opinion Editorial

Today the Arizona Cardinals released backup QB Mike Glennon per a report from Field Yates.

Glennon was drafted by the Buccaneers in 2013 draft in the 3rd round under former Head Coach Greg Schiano. In his rookie year he supplanted then starting QB Josh Freeman. That was until they brought in Josh McCown after Lovie Smith was hired.

After Jameis Winston was drafted with the first overall pick in 2015, Glennon backed up Winston for the next two seasons.

Eventually Glennon would sign a massive contract with the Chicago Bears to become their starting QB. An experiment that ultimately failed after only starting 4 games. Completing 93 passes for 833 yards, 4 TD’s, 5 INT’s, and an abysmal 28.3 QBR.

It would make sense for the Bucs to possibly make a run for Glennon as their new backup QB for two reasons. One he has experience under Coach Byron Leftwich, as stated by Greg Auman. And also because they could get him relatively cheap. As he was slated to receive only $2.5 million in 2019.

Ryan Fitzpatrick and Ryan Griffin are both UFA’s this season, and will more than likely be looking for new homes this off-season. With that said this could be a possible move for the Bucs.

Do you want to see a Bucs and Glennon reunion? Let us know in the comments below!